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Buffalo Wings like Hooter's®
Lightly breaded in seasoned flour, deep-fried
'till crispy, then coated in a Buffalo sauce
custom-flavored to your desired heat level.

Prep. Time: 1:45
Serves: 4

1 cup all-purpose flour
1 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. paprika
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
1/4 tsp. black pepper
20 chicken wing segments
1/2 cup butter OR margarine
1/2 cup hot sauce (see Notes, below)

-In a shallow dish, combine flour, salt, paprika, garlic powder, and peppers.
-Coat chicken entirely in the flour mixture; refrigerate coated wings for 1 hour; coat chicken again with remaining flour mixture.
-In a 2-quart saucepan, heat butter and hot sauce just until butter melts; turn heat to low and keep warm on stove top.
-Deep-fry chicken, 8 - 10 pieces at a time, in 375 degree oil (vegetable oil, canola oil, or peanut oil) for 13 minutes, turning once or twice.
-Drain chicken on a wire cooling rack for 30 seconds, then immediately toss fried chicken in buffalo sauce mixture and remove with a slotted spoon.
-Repeat with remaining chicken.

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Adjusting the spiciness of the sauce:
As is, the recipe produces a medium sauce. To change the amount of spiciness, simply adjust the butter-to-hot sauce-ratio:
Mild: Use 3/4 cup butter and 1/4 cup hot sauce.
Hot: Use 1/4 cup butter and 3/4 cup hot sauce.

Notes: I use Frank's® Buffalo Wing sauce in the recipe, as I enjoy the flavor of Buffalo sauce, but not the heat. If you like spice, you can use regular Frank's® Hot Sauce. I'm sure another hot sauce like Tabasco® would work fine, but Frank's® has a great flavor, not just heat. Use ranch dressing or blue cheese dressing as a dip for these fabulous wings!

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  • All I can say is that your recipe rocked...I made them for a birthday party and the were eaten up in no time. I didn't even get one! I did coat the wings in flour a night before and then recoated them before frying! I used Franks Hot Buffalo Wings Sauce. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • For those of you looking for a thicker coating, double the recipe for the flour mixture and triple dip the chicken! Also, Franks RedHot Buffalo Wing sauce is great with these wings!

  • My husband loves hot wings and says these are "outrageously good!!" We made them together, now I know how to get my husband to help me in the kitchen!

  • I cooked up 8 lbs of wings for Superbowl Sunday, and everyone raved about them! The only change to your recipe was I dried the wings on paper towels and then dipped them in buttermilk before the flour coating. I used Franks Red Hot and butter for the sauce. Best wings I ever tasted!

  • First time I’ve made wings and these rocked!

  • Unfortunately, these wings would not taste good reheated. If I had to say which reheating method would be best, I'd say in the oven, but again, I don't recommend it.

  • We tried the sauce on regular old fried chicken from Krogers and it was lip smakin good too!!

  • I just made buffalo strips (instead of wings) & they were delicious! My boyfriend actually said that he wants me to make them instead of going to Hooters. They were actually better than Hooters & it was much cheaper to make them! I added the cheese power from mac & cheese & they were so good!!! Thanks for this recipe!

  • My wife and I love the wings at Hooters and this recipe was right on the mark. Be sure to cut the drummies from the wing. This way they fry more evenly. I used Franks Buffalo Sauce and followed the recipe. They were excellent!!

  • Hooters uses Frank's RED HOT

  • Wow, that was a freakin Great recipe. Wait, great is an understatement..That was the bestest buffalo wings recipe i have ever used!!! <--those are three exclamation points! Tastes EXACTLY like Hooter's. Thanks so much! Made me break my diet!

  • I've used this recipe and it is the closest to hooters as you're going to get. I have started using an egg wash on my wings before putting them in the flour. no wait time to fry them that way and it leaves a nice coating on the wings.

  • Hooters Wings worked pretty good but still did not have the thick breading that the original has. Tried another batch with more flour and dredging the wings several more times but it really did make much of a difference.

  • This is definitely a terrific Hooter's imitation. I've been making this for some time now and I might add a few things. I've made wings with the "Official" ingredients that Hooter's sells in the grocery store with their specific instructions. The secret to the thick batter is letting them sit in the flour for a long time. The moisture from the wings begins to make the flour sticky instead of dry and floury. When they are sticky then coat them again with the dry flour. That's when they are ready for the fryer. Also Frank's sauce is the one. The "Official" sauce is either hot or mild depending on the ratio of margarine to Frank's. I use the Tupperware technique too but I might caution that the heated wings and sauce tend to pop the seal off if you don't burp it initially and after every couple of shakes. Makes a mess if this happens, so take heed.

  • SUPERBOWL FANTASTIC! I used FRANK'S Original RED-HOT sauce...

  • I made these wings last weekend and passed it on to a coworker These are the best wings ever! Very Crispy, everyone loved Thanks for the recipe

  • These were great! It would be nice to have (mild, hot, 3 mile island and Bentleys)

  • I took my time with it, added a few "other" ingredients , crushed red peppers, chili powder) and used Cholula for hot fantastic! Best wings recipe out there!

  • I send you my compliments on I have tried many of recipes and this is the one I am staying with my thank you" | "I used a mixture of 1/4 cup Tabasco and 1/4 cup Louisiana found.

  • I made the like Hooters buffalo wings sauce but I put it on chicken strips instead of wings and it was great. I followed the recipe, but I just used Texas Pete as the hot sauce and it tastes just like the strips that you get from Hooters. Yummy! I've eaten them 3 times in the past 5 days. The key is to make the sauce in a big bowl separate and then after you deep fry your strips put them right into the sauce after patting on a paper towel while they are still hot. They are great when you reheat them too.....Anyway, thanks for the recipe.

  • I had some drumettes in the freezer that I needed to use. I tried your recipe and we thought it was REALLY good. My husband was skeptical about them as he says he hasn't had any good wings in a long time. Great recipe.

  • My boyfriend and I were looking for a good wings recipe and this turned out to be it. I like making them at home because you can decide how crispy you want them and how hot. I used the FRANKS BUFFALO WINGS hot sauce and also added in a SMALL amount of DAVIS INSANITY sauce. (If you use this comment please add that Daves is to be used with CAUTION) I also let them sit and then dipped them in the flour again like someone suggested. They turned out very very well. Also its nice to make a little extra sauce for dipping. We are going to use it on strips next time. Thank you!

  • I tried your recipe for the "Hooters" buffalo wings...I've never been to "Hooters" but your recipe for wings is amazing! I also double dipped the wings in the flour mixture and used a combination of Franks regular red hot sauce and the "new" Franks xtra hot sauce. My Husband and son (the two spice lovers in the family) loved them and I will definitely be making them again - not to mention passing the recipe on to friends and family!!!

  • Thank you for the recipe. The wings were fantastic. Your a doll.

  • I tried the recipe and think they are really close to Hooter's. They don't taste quite the same and that may be due to using Louisiana Hot Sauce and not Frank's. I'm going to try Frank's next. I also thought they tasted too buttery. I used real butter and next time I'm going to try margarine and one with a lower fat content. Otherwise these are really close to Hooter's. (By the way, I made this recipe with shrimp instead of chicken wings.)

  • I have been making this recipe for buffalo wings after every home football game for two seasons (my boyfriend is a college coach). I have received rave reviews from all of the coaches. I use Texas Pete hot sauce and add a little Tabasco to the sauce mixture. I have also substituted Bisquick instead of flour...didn't make much difference!

  • This recipe is the bomb. They came out just like the original. When you use Franks buffalo wing sauce with them, it makes the difference.

  • if you want the thick breaded kind, mix plain yogurt with the hot sauce, dip in the washed dry wings, then dip into the seasoned flour and bake with melted butter drizzled over them on a cookie sheet at 400 for 40 minutes, and they are the best and cant be beat, i promise.

  • Very good! I used chicken tenders. I made these for a party and everyone loved them. I also used Frank's. Thank you!

  • Excellent! I used this receipe along with others for Superbowl Sunday. My guest were getting these as soon as they came out of the grease. I still had leftovers from the other receipe. I did'nt save this website and spent about 20 minutes looking for it for my next function, 4th of July get together. I would'nt cook the wings no other way. Excellent, just excellent!

  • I truly enjoy cooking and love Hooters wings. Prior to trying your recipe I read the comments and they are most fitting and accurate - wonderful wings!

  • My husband and I have never been to Hooters, but this recipe was absolutely wonderful!!!! I have never had hotwings that tasted so good!!! Who wants to go out to eat, when you can make food this wonderful at home? We made 24 hotwings, and only 4 are left this recipe was so good. Thank you so much again Robbie. I have yet to try a recipe on this site that wasn't fantastic.. By the way, I used Louisianna hotsauce, and it was just fine to us. I served my wings with celery and salad.

  • Vivo en Costa Rica y cada vez que visito USA, voy a Hooter's y me como todas las buffalo wings que pueda. Pero cuando encontre la receta en About y la preparé en casa, quede facinado y son igualitas al las de Hooter's. Tengo la ventaja de que en mi país venden la salsa picante Frank. (Translation: I live in Costa Rica and every time I visit the United States I go to Hooter's and eat all the wings I can possibly eat. When I found the recipe on "About" and prepared them (the wings) at home, I was curious (rough translation) and they were exactly like the ones at Hooter's. I have an advantage-in my country they sell Frank's Hot Sauce.)

  • That was a great recipe. With a little practice, I have mastered the wings. I refrigerate the coated chicken for at least 4 hours, turning every hour to recover in flour. If you don't have this much time, use buttermilk instead of water, this will make them really crispy. I cook the wings in a Lodge cast iron pan with a 75% vegetable oil, 25% lard solution.

  • I have tried this recipe and instantly knew this was the one that I wanted to use in my restaurant!!! Thank you very much!!!

  • I try to include cooking as part of my science classes as a "lab diversion" for my 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students (all inner-city - poverty level) ... for example ... when we were learning how to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius - we made home made french fries .. and they measured temps as the oil was heating .. we just finished a unit on skeletal "hinge" and "ball and socket" joints .. so obviously ... we did drumsticks and wings .. using your recipe!

  • These were the best wings I've ever had and believe me I'm a picky eater when it comes to chicken wings. I love chicken wings and could eat these 7 days a week. I used peanut oil to cook these in and they were awesome. Thanks Robbie

  • I loved these wings. I saw a lot of comments about Hooter's using Frank's...let me tell you they are wrong. I work for US Foodservice and they buy their 911 and 3 mile sauce from Cargill/ Fontina. The rest they but from Eastern Food.

  • If you add a teaspoon each of dijon and horseradish - it kicks it up and is SO yummy, too!

  • Add 2 Tbs of the cheese powder from Kraft Macaroni and Cheese to the recipe to the flour mixture. TRUST ME!

  • I cooked this for my husband and he said it is just like hotters. And the 1/2 and 1/2 hot sauce is the hottest so if they don't like hot go light.

  • This recipe is AmAzInG!!! Thank you so much!! I was the hit of this past weekend's football party!! Everyone couldn't express enough the fabulous way these wings turned out. I used the recipe, as is!! Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!

  • Tried it, everyone loved it. Great!!

  • Should have saved this website. Excellent wings! Easy to do and it made me look like a pro. My son is the self proclaimed "expert" on wings. He's a Hooters fan when it comes to wings. I was missing the Cayenne pepper last time, so I had to improvise a little. He said they were right on the money (minus the Cayenne). I loved them. Some good stuff. So good I think I am going to expand the breading potion to legs as well. Thanks.

  • I made the sauce but I put it on plain fried wings and it was the best I had ever had. If you want it hotter, add a teaspoon of Grace Hot Pepper Sauce.

  • These are the best wings I've ever made!!!

  • I followed your recipe right by the book, but, I also double dipped the wings in the wing mixture before frying. Oh my gosh, these were exactly like those at Hooters. My husband and friends love this recipe. Thank you .

  • I absolutely LOVE this recipe! We live in Germany and have the only hooters in Germany about 30 mins away. But with the Euro being so high, it's hard to imagine paying so much. So I started making them at home and they have become a favorite! My husband will invite half his company over for these and all I've had is good comments!

  • Thank you so much for the recipe!! My husband and I thought they were awesome!! We did them over night in the flour but also added 1 cup cornmeal to make them extra crispy! Thanks again! THEY'RE AWESOME!!

  • WOW!!! Thank you so much for recipe.. I received the best compliments and I made sure to give your recipe tons of credit!

  • Incredibly good. Just like Hooters; I almost msde my wife put on a sexy top and shorts so I could order a cold beer with my hot wings. Use the medium suuce, the mild is too mild. AWESOME!!!

  • This recipe was awesome. I have been looking for a hot wing breaded recipe like this. My husband said it was the best he's ever had. I cut the butter in half for the sauce and after making several hot wings added BBQ sauce to make hot BBQ wings

  • I worked at Hooters and they definitely don't use Frank's. They have their own brand of sauce. Also, they do let the wings sit in flour for hours before frying them, which makes the crispy coating.
    good recipe

  • Oh my my my this recipe is DELICIOUS on chicken strips! The recipe is extremely easy and quick. To make them with a thick coating, flour and refrigerate the strips and before frying dip wings in buttermilk( add a little hot sauce of choice to buttermilk for xtra kick!). I used Louisiana Wing Sauce, real butter, and Frank's Hot Sauce for the wing sauce. Also bake the wings in oven @ 350 for about 5- 10 min. makes them crispy and thickens the buffalo sauce. Kudos to you Robbie, Kudos to you!!!

  • I've made this receipe for the last 3 years for Superbowl...and have modified it slightly to get the wings a little spicier...I add red pepper and ground chili pepper to the flour mixture as well as doubling the cayene pepper and papirika...I usually coat the wings 3-4 times with the flour mixture...leaving in the fridge for around 45 minutes between coatings,,,I have not yet tried the egg coating or butermilk coating as of yet but it does seem tempting...perhaps for next years super bowl party

  • Great recipe! I've made this several times now, however I bake my wings instead of frying them. I also use half of the butter called for as I don't find this affects the taste any. I have been making them with Louisiana hot sauce, but will try Frank's next!

  • I made these and I added 1/2 package good seasons italian dressing mix to the sauce and simmered 10 minutes. They were all gone in no time.


  • Hi All! I love this recipe and if you want the flour to stick better to the chicken, whisk two eggs, 1/2 cup milk, and two cups water together and dip chicken in the "milk-wash" before coating. Thanks for this recipe!

  • I made these wings for my son's birthday and they were fantastic. I made the buffalo and the KFC BBQ. Both are excellent. I would recommend this recipe to everyone who likes wings.

  • i followed the recipe just as you had it and "WOW", Supergood wings. i used the "Hooters " brand sauce and it came out great, thanks!

  • I went with the Hooters wing breading I bought at Kroger (local grocery store) but I did cut in some ground cayenne pepper to the breading mix. I also fried the wings in 100% pure peanut oil in my turkey fryer for 13 minutes like you suggested. I tossed the wings in Franks red hot, and butter mix like you did, and KA-BOOM! Unbelievable! I can't wait til I make them again! Probably tomorrow! Thanks again! F.Y.I., in the turkey fryer, you can cook more wings at once! To please a crowd.

  • I am new to making wings but have been eating them forever and am very picky. I tried this recipe and these came out fantastic. Now I can make these at my house and save a fortune and these taste way better than any restaraunt wings and buffalo chickens. Just like Hooters or better. I'm making some for dinner tonight for my family. Thanks!

  • The wings turned out great!! It's like having a HOOTER'S right at home .Except for the waitresses!!

  • wowowowow!!!! i was so skeptical because i love hooters wings. i didnt want to be disappointed so i kept putting off trying to make these wings. i am so glad i finally did. delicious! cant wait to surprise my friends with this recipe.

  • Our Hooter's closed a few months ago and we have been unable to find Buffalo wings we like as much as theirs, until now. This recipe is dead on and maybe even better. Thank you soooo much. You have saved the day.

  • Good recipe! I did some experimenting with the sauce, and got it to be just like theirs! Start with Franks Red Hot in a pan, add a little fresh garlic, and melt in some salted butter (about 2 Tbsp per batch). Let it thicken up then toss your wing in a bowl with it! (O, and a little bit goes a long way bc of the thickness!)

  • simply delicious!!

  • My husband is extremely picky about his hot wings. We were actually discussing going out to Beef O'Bradys to eat for hot wings. After calling and seeing they were $30 for 50 wings, we decided against it. I remembered this recipe and happened to have it bookmarked! When my husband found out I had bought more wings at the store he was thrilled! He said this recipe is the best he's ever had, including in restaurants! I was beaming. Thanks for making me his favorite wings cook!

  • Best wing recipe ever you can do at home! I made 50 wings for a party and none were left over! They were also a big hit at my july 4th party! My friends request these at every party I attend!

  • I double batter the wings to get an extra thick coat of breading. I coat the wings with the flour mixture and let them rest in the fridge for 1 hour. Then I mix 1 egg with 1 cup milk, dip each wing and then into the flour. I then put in the fridge for another hour. I will then check occasionally to recoat with flour (so the wings dont all get sticky). For 20 wings I use 4 times the normal recipe. One trick if you are pressed for time is to stick in freezer to get them cold fast. You have to cold wings when you put them in the oil. To really enjoy them you have to watch the Vols play football.

  • I love it cause words can't explain how good they are.

  • This recipe is awesome! The wings were really good, But pls nobody use tabassco for ur hot sauce... not good! Usually I use a different hot sauce.. And the recipe rocks!!

  • this recipe was so on!!!!I loved it and def will make again

  • Ever since I found this recipe I have loved it. However I decided to do some experimenting and have found somethings that make this recipe even better. Instead of using paprika I use 1/2 tsp of southwest chipotle spice, add 1/2 tsp of creole spice and when heating up the hot sauce and butter I add in 1 Tbs of crushed red peppers 1 Tbs of vineger and 1 Tbs of Colgin Liquid Smoke(hickory. And i use Texas Pete hot sauce. Ever since i started making them this way I cant get the wings made fast enough for people to eat.

  • My greatest food critics - my teenagers and their friends absolutely love it!!! That's what goes out first whenever I make it and they always want more. It's their special treat!

  • I just finished making and eating these wings. To frickin' die for!!! OMG they are so good, so much better than anything you'd get at a restaraunt forsure! Absolutely love your website!!!

  • This is the only one i will use. i preseason my wings in my own spices overnight. then i use your recipe to complete the process. this is the only recipe i will use. its great. thank you

  • i've used this recipe many times over the past few years and everytime it's a hit ...the only change i've made is to use seasoning salt instead of regular salt ... will definately have to try adding cheese powder next batch!

  • I like to use this recipe on chicken thighs not wings. You have to fry the thighs for a long time to cook them through (par-boil, or nuke first). There is so much more meat on the thigh than the wing, and it tastes just that much better.

  • I live in the Czech Republic, and wings are not easy to come by here. I was so glad I was able to use this recipe to make my own, and they came out fantastic. Reminded me of good old wings I got back in California. Thanks.

  • Every time I've made wings everyone love's them, I hate to say it but better than Hooter's


  • I love these wings!! Recipe was excellent! I'm addicted!

  • Killer Wing recipe! Just make sure to dip the chicken wing into buttermilk! Wings will come out juicy. Use it w/Franks hot sauce, and compliment it w/the Bleu Cheese dressing recipe "Charter House". your guests will not stop eating! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Love your recipe just the way it is. Am having a gigantic family get together and will be making about 40 lbs. of wings. Thank you for sharing!

  • awesome! Much better than Hooter's at the bar! Thanks!

  • This recipe was a HUGE hit at my Superbowl party this year! I followed the directions exactly like it said accept I coated the chicken wings 3 times and used the Buffalo Wild WIngs sauces and they came out BETTER than at BW3's. THANK YOU SO MUCH for the awesome recipe. Absolutely fantastic!

  • I made these wings (double dipped in batter) for the Super Bowl wife said "these are the best wings I've ever had!" Great recipe, thanks for sharing!

  • I used boneless chicken instead, (like others above did) but when I make the sauce I put 1 and a half tablespoons of cornstarch in it and then bring to a boil. The sauce thickens and sticks to the tenders(or wings)better. Made them about 10 times in the past 3 weeks. Best tenders I've ever had. Thanks Robbie, Mike

  • My husband and I are big chicken wing fans and I wanted to try making them homemade for the Super Bowl game. I followed this recipe and they turned out awesome. My husband's exact words - "these are the best wings I've ever had from any restaurant". So, I had to buy your book!


  • These are by far the BEST wings my boyfriend and I have EVER had. He likes them so much he eats them for breakfast sometimes! DELICIOUS recipe!!! We use the pre-made Hooters wing sauce that you can buy at the grocery store, makes them taste authentic :)

  • what is interesting is all the good comments seem to make it on here, none of the bad. they were bland, rubbery, and just overall naaasty

  • These were the best wings EVER!!! Thank you so much.

  • very good recipie/great tast/ but they don't remain crispy enough/ I h ad some at a resturant and they were still a little crisp

  • I use boneless skinless breasts cut in bite-sized pieces. We call them Buffalo Boobs. Have made them on MULTIPLE occasions and never had anyone dislike them. Most of the time they are eaten up very, very quickly.

  • I started making these several months ago (.. and I can't cook worth a darn!). Without exception, everyone who has tasted this proclaims them to be the best they've ever tasted. (I generally make at least 2 - 3 dozen with different sauces .. and they ALL go.. FAST!!). Thanks so much for this terrific croud pleaser!

  • my wife usually doesn't like wings but after I made these she said that this is how wings are supposed to taste, I just made them according to the recipe, I don't have a proper deep fryer but I think I will get one to be able to make these quicker and in a bigger batch

  • this recipe is GREAT!!! i made them last night and i dont think i will ever go to hooters again. it is the perfect recipe. will make these for christmas and for the superbowl. just AWESOME!!!

  • I first tried this recipe over the summer and used the side burner on the outdoor grill, they were FABULOUS! The only problem was I ended up having half the neighborhood over and ran out of wings. You MUST try these, they are the best!

  • I have used this recipe from teh first day that I found it. people rave over my wings. I gave them teh recipe and they absolutely love it thank you Robbie

  • I made this recipe and my husband loved it!!! The best wings ever!

  • WOW!!! this recipe is really good!! thank you so much!!i made this 3 times last week and made some for thanksgiving.. i used franks regular hot sauce and it taste and smells like WindStop in california. anywayz, thanks again.. oh, bbq chicken wings was good too.

  • This is GREATNESS! Just like the real deal.
    Many people think Buffalo wings can be made with any hot sauce. Not true. The original recipe was with Frank's. You can make hot wings form any hot sauce, but only Frank's will make a true Buffalo wing sauce. Tabasco doesn't work. There is great argument in Buffalo about whether the wings are dippend in the blue cheese dressing, or ony the celery. Fights start amongst friends over this. For Buffalo wings at breakfast, accompany with Genesee beer. Genny is very smooth and is a great breakfast beer.

  • Buy the big complete chicken wings and then cut off the wing tip and the extra strip of skin between the 'leg' and the 'wing'. This gives you a meatier wing and not so much skin. I keep mine in stone ground high altitude flour and continually reflour them. I swear they grow two times this way! To the Franks Hot sauce and butter add a couple tablespoons of Rice Vinegar (look in the Oriental section of your favorite store)to give the wings a little snap to the nostrils without making them hotter to the taste. Great stuff!

  • This receipe is most awesome!!!! Even my in-laws love my wings!!!

  • Hey folks,. My sweetheart loves Hooter's wings. Because we go to so many outdoor concerts in the summer, I try to vary what we take along for a picnic dinner. I saw this recipe and decided to try to make it. Since I hate to fry anything (fattening and bad for cholesterol), I thought I might try to change a few things to get the good hot taste of Hooters without frying. the sauce was great. I dipped the wings in an egg/milk mixture to which I added hot sauce. I combined all dry ingredients, and coated the wings. Laid all of them out on a foil covered baking dish. set oven for 375'. Drizzled hot sauce mixture (tabasco, butter and vinegar) over the ready to bake wings. Baked wings for 40 min. Used the remaining hot sauce for dipping afterwards along with blue cheese dressing. Would have brushed more sauce on wings before baking or immediately after if I wasn't afraid they would have been to hot. delicious and not so fattening.

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